get used to

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References in classic literature ?
A man can get used to anything in the course of time, and Jurgis had gotten used to lying about the house.
A body can get used to anything, even to being hanged, as the Irishman said.
that I had not been well broken to the check-rein, but I should soon get used to it; but he was not the man to do it, for when I was in the stable, miserable and angry, instead of being smoothed and quieted by kindness, I got only a surly word or a blow.
But there's nothing to be done, I shall get used to the new things.
They get used to going to work and dealing with everyday distractions as such as crowds and skateboarders.